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How to Use Scan and Solve Pro for Rhino 6 to Simulate Structural Behavior
Scan and Solve Pro is a plugin for Rhino 6 that allows you to perform basic structural simulation on Rhino solids, including different materials and bonded contacts. You don't need any prior knowledge of analysis or finite elements, and you don't need to preprocess your model with meshing, simplification, healing, or translating. You can just select your model and apply loads and constraints to see how it behaves under stress.
In this article, we will show you how to use Scan and Solve Pro for Rhino 6 to simulate the structural behavior of a simple bracket. We will also show you how to download and install the plugin, and how to activate the free trial or purchase a license.
Download and Install Scan and Solve Pro for Rhino 6
To download Scan and Solve Pro for Rhino 6, you need to visit the official website of Intact Solutions, the developer of the plugin. You can find the link in the reference section below[^1^]. You will need to create an account or log in with your existing account to access the download page.
Once you have downloaded the plugin installer, you need to run it and follow the instructions on the screen. You will need to have Rhino 6 installed on your computer before installing Scan and Solve Pro. The plugin will be automatically added to your Rhino toolbar after installation.
Activate Scan and Solve Pro for Rhino 6
Scan and Solve Pro for Rhino 6 offers a free trial period of 14 days, during which you can use all the features of the plugin without any limitations. To activate the free trial, you need to launch Rhino 6 and click on the Scan&Solve Pro icon on the toolbar. A dialog box will appear asking you to enter your email address and password that you used to create your account on Intact Solutions website. After entering your credentials, click on Activate Trial.
If you want to purchase a license for Scan and Solve Pro for Rhino 6, you can do so from the Intact Solutions website. You can choose between a perpetual license or a subscription license, depending on your needs and budget. After purchasing a license, you will receive an activation code by email. To activate your license, you need to launch Rhino 6 and click on the Scan&Solve Pro icon on the toolbar. A dialog box will appear asking you to enter your activation code. After entering your code, click on Activate License.
Use Scan and Solve Pro for Rhino 6 to Simulate Structural Behavior
To use Scan and Solve Pro for Rhino 6 to simulate structural behavior, you need to follow these steps:
Create or open a model in Rhino 6 that you want to analyze. For this example, we will use a simple bracket model that we created using basic commands in Rhino.
Select the model and click on the Scan&Solve Pro icon on the toolbar. A new panel will appear on the right side of the screen with four tabs: Model, Materials, Loads & Constraints, and Results.
On the Model tab, you can see some information about your model, such as its volume, surface area, bounding box dimensions, etc. You can also choose whether to analyze your model as a single part or as multiple parts with bonded contacts. For this example, we will leave it as a single part.
On the Materials tab, you can assign a material to your model from a predefined list of metals, plastics, woods, or composites. You can also create your own custom material by entering its properties manually. For this example, we will choose Steel from the list.
On the Loads & Constraints tab, you can apply loads and constraints to your model using different types of icons: Force (F), Moment (M), Pressure (P), Displacement (D), Rotation (R), Fixed (X), Roller (O), Pin (I), etc. You can also edit the magnitude, direction, location, distribution, etc. of each load or constraint by clicking on it and using the gumball manipulator or the properties panel. For this example, we will apply a fixed constraint (X) at one end of the b